Shawn Wolfe (aka "wolfe4life")
My name is Shawn Wolfe, I'm currently serving in the U.S. Air Force with 18 1/2 years of service. I've always been into sports mainly to stay in shape for the military. When I got assigned to Japan I started focusing more on strength training and less on cardio and aerobic activities. I started noticing gains in my size and was very happy.
One day I was asked had I ever considered bodybuilding, I was told that I had what it takes to do really well in the sport. From there I began doing research, the different exercises, nutrition, contest prep, etc! A year later I entered my first competition where I won the overall title of Mr. Northern Japan and haven't looked back since!
For me Being 100% Natural and competing 100% Natural has always been my belief and something that I am extremely proud of. It takes a lot more work, dedication, and time but is more gratifying than what others seem to achieve overnight with the help of performance enhancing products.
Using performance enhancing drugs for sports, in my opinion, is an easy way out of working hard...a quick "HIGH" if you may. Not to mention what long term effects that they may have on your body, those are risks I'm not willing or ever want to take. I'm happy with my passed accomplishments and those I have "YET" to accomplish naturally!
I've competed in different organizations, some drug tested others not, but I have always stood proud and represented all the "NATURAL MONSTERS" out there. I will continue to be 100% drug free and represent all the Natural competitors and organizations very well!
2009 BODYBUILDING.COM MILITARY BODYBUILDER OF THE YEAR
2008 NPC NATIONAL ALL FORCES OVERALL AND MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION
2008 NPC Southern Classic Mens Open Middleweight Winner
2007 NPC Battle of Biloxi Mens Open Overall and Middleweight Champion
1999 Overall Pacific Grand Prix Champion
1999 Overall All Armed Forces Japan Champion
2 X Middleweight and Overall Mr. Northern Japan
Middleweight and Overall Kadena Bodybuilding Champion
Middleweight and Overall Southern Japan Champion
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